Jan 2, 2020
Volkswagen in 'Dieselgate' talks with motorists
Volkswagen has said it is in talks with a group of German drivers who are suing the car giant over excessive emissions from its diesel cars. The motorists say they were affected when VW "Cheated" emissions rules by installing unlawful "Defeat devices" in its diesel cars. "The common goal of VZBV and Volkswagen is a pragmatic solution for the benefit of the customer," they declared, adding that they had agreed to keep the talks confidential. Because of a new draft law in 2018, consumer rights groups became able to represent customers taking companies to court - and to bear their costs. At the time, the company said that about 11 million cars were fitted with the "Defeat device", which alerted diesel engines when they were being tested.
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